PACE does not consider Crimea a “frozen conflict”


The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) does not consider the situation with Crimea a “frozen conflict”.

This was stated by the head of the PACE Monitoring Committee Stefan Shennah in his interview to DW.

“We believe that the notion of “territorial integrity” of Ukraine includes the Donbass region. As to Crimea, we need another plan of negotiations. Now we don’t consider Crimea a “frozen conflict” and want to prevent it to move to this stage,” he said.

Earlier, the head of the Crimean Tatar people Majlis Refat Chubarov expressed disagreement with the Council of Europe’s report on human rights in Crimea.

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